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CSPAN
Dec 3, 2013 8:00am EST
you swipe your card we automatically categorize all of your transactions in real-time so you don't have to do anything to budget. we also have some tools that allow you to set aside money for things like your cell phone bill or your rent or your groceries. we show you this number we call safe to spend which tells you how much money you can safely spend today without hurting yourself tomorrow. we spent a lot of time thinking about customer experience. we try to do things different and try to make every interaction with simple delightful. so when you sign up for simple you get this in the mail. it's, norman when you get a new card from a financial institution it comes in at number 10 envelope, you opened up andrew card is attached to that white piece of paper with a bit of gummy glue. that's the best thing because you get to take it out and you can play with it. but the rest of the experience is horrific. we wanted to do things differently and you get a card carrying in the mail and it actually steps into and it becomes a minimal wallet where the card and then attaches on the other
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2013 7:00pm EST
you reach 200. it's history in real-time, full of plans that backfired, schemes spoiled by chance. outliars who change everything, and happy endings that turn out no to be too happy after all. the size of ecstatic nation include white heat, the friendship of emily dickenson, and thomas wentworth hissenson, hawthorne, a life. she is a regular contributor to the new york times book review and the nations and editor of the select poetry of americans project project. in 2009 she received a push cart prize, a guggenheim fellowship, a fellowship from the american council of learned societies and two national endowment for the humanities fellowships among others. last year she was elected a fellow of the american academy of arts and sciences. a former director of the leon leavy center for buying agraph in new york. she teaches in the msa programs of the new school glover columbia university school of the arts and has taught sarah lawrence college and union college in new yorkie she was washington irving professor of modern literary. please welcome brenda wineapple and nathaniel philbrick
CSPAN
Dec 4, 2013 8:00am EST
and watching television. we know your real-time competitors on a breaking story like dome marks i don't know if nbc cut in on that? >> oh, yes. >> but cnn, fox, msnbc, their average viewer, fox viewer is 67. i believe, 64, 65, even for cnn and msnbc. now those of us who are standing in front of classrooms with 18 and 21-year-old's janet's point is well-taken. it is not their natural tendency to turn on their channels as the demographics suggest. there is something about why did jeff jones watch those major rulings on civil liberties on scotusblog and not on those other networks? and i think that there is something fundamental, in the relationship of different generations to digital media, that is going to play out here and scotus plays an interesting role because precisely, because it is so good and precisely because i watched it because it was a peabody winner. >> let me say one thing. we're well aware of these trends. that's why if you're on the msnbc website you would have seen the scotusblog live coverage of the decision. >> we have a lot of croptive relationships like that where nbc, np
CSPAN
Dec 3, 2013 10:00pm EST
with mexico. we've been training many of their people in colombia, and we have a permanent realtime information sharing, and we have the two police corporate among themselves. there is a very strong cooperation within the countries. >> do you see a colombia free of cocaine someday? is that possible? >> well, i dream about it, yes. if we reach an agreement on this issue, at least we can see a cocaine diminishing substantially in colombia, which would be a great, great achievement, the country that suffered the most in this world on the war on drugs losing the best politicians, best policemen, our best judges, our best people. a lot of blood has been spilled, and we'll continue because it's a matter of national security so anything to improve the situation in effort to eradicate drugs would be extremely, extremely beneficial for the colombia site. loosh b -- looking to other concerns to the u.s., have the national security agencies had relations between the colombia and the u.s.? >> we have been sharing information on this for a long time. colombia's very particular country in the sen
CSPAN
Dec 5, 2013 6:00pm EST
a permanent real-time information sharing and we have the police corps operating among themselves. there is a very strong and increasing cooperation between these countries. >> do you see a colombia free of cocaine someday? is that possible? >> well i dream about it, yes and if we reach an agreement, a good agreement on this issue at least we can see cocaine diminishing substantially in colombia which would be a great, great achievement. colombia has been the country that has suffered the most in this war on drugs in the world. we have lost our best politicians, our best best policemen in their best judges, our best people, and a lot of blood has been spilled in this war on drugs. and we will continue to cause its a matter for us of national security. so anything that will improve the situation in our effort to eradicate drugs from colombia would be extremely, extremely beneficial for colombia. >> looking to other concerns hault in the u.s. has the national securities measuring of private communications tainted diplomatic relations between colombia and the u.s.? >> we have been sh
CSPAN
Dec 6, 2013 8:00pm EST
in between, which is where a lot of the real-time action is happening is out of our reach. i believe the brain initiative over the next ten years or so, and this is a long term investment, we should be able to figure out he we process things and how cdo you lay do you knowa memory and how can you use that to prevent other diseases. we know of many brain illnesses, but the information about how the brain works isn't sufficient to take advantage of the interventions. >> we will focus more on cancer research. but this says does nih spend the same amount of prostate cancer as breast cancer research? >> i don't have my numbers, but that is public information. we do invest in prostate question. we invest as you know in breast cancer research. both are important diseases and great strides are being made because of the ability to nail down at the dna level what is driving those cancers >> our guest is dr. collins. claud is joining us from arlington, virginia. >> good morning. i had a disease when i was a child that had never been diagnosed and in 1959 i went to nih and they kept me alive for
CSPAN
Dec 7, 2013 3:55pm EST
but this is real-time which made it interesting. >> hey jack. i wanted to add before asked my question how much i appreciate and others too on how much work you have done and has been a major voice on the trial and the articles you have been doing and all that. my question is it seems like the media has kind of i don't know if it's a vendetta or a witchhunt or i don't know what you call it against zimmerman in the wake of his divorce scrutinizing him quite a bit on that and of course they didn't really report the accident that he helped save or there was a small little line on it. i guess my question is, do you think the media and maybe some certain so-called civil rights activists or figures are really done with the witchhunt and might they file a civil lawsuit like ron goldman's father did in the o.j. simpson trial? >> here's what happened. the attorney general a good friend of al sharpton, they pal around. he gave a press conference the day before the government shutdown which was also day one of obamacare on october 1 or 2nd i guess. he was asked, what about george zimmerman? he said the inve
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2013 8:45am EST
night. as others were fogarty turned and put it up to the chest of the patient, read in real-time what it said and then said to the reporter, last year that wasn't $800 test. like that. what if you designed the system to maximize the flow of information? and to maximize needs and continues to this as we start getting into all sorts of prison guard problems. you want to start -- for example, anybody could have their own ekg on their cell phone if they wanted. this will drive your doctor crazy. [laughter] that doesn't mean you shouldn't be allowed to do it. finally, you want to maximize the rate of innovation, not minimize it. the two areas i focus on our regenerative medicine which for example, if we could replace your kid isn't putting on kidney dialysis, the quality of your life goes up, the ability to get work, you stay up, you're still a taxpayer and the process, you choose lead a lot better in the event life. and so regenerative medicine is a big deal. the other really big deal which is very hard to get to in washington is research. you take autism, alzheimer's, parkinson's, mental
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2013 10:00am EST
will enhance our current surveillance capabilities by allowing realtime tracking of ships approaching our mutual shorelines. canada is the only partner other than the u.s. who is able to contribute to satellite surveillance in such an important way. and this is a capability that's going to be key to north american security and to our joint missions abroad. that's what leveraging each other's strength is all about. let's talk a little bit about canada and u.s. international cooperation in the americas. our interoperability and task sharing make us collectively stronger to defend our continent, and this translate toss a strong partnership on the international front. in the americas, for example, the canadian arms forces have contributed to the u.s. efforts to address illicit trafficking in the hemisphere since 2006 through operation -- [inaudible] recently canada enhanced its contribution to this operation by increasing the number of deployments in flights conducting counterdrug detection and monitoring the caribbean region, the full of mexico -- the gulf of mexico as well as the central ea
CSPAN
Dec 4, 2013 10:00am EST
delivery model that use effective provider incentives, real-time clinical information and care coordination capabilities to improve quality and lower costs. in my opinion, federal policy should be supporting and not discouraging more medicare patients to enroll in m.a. their health outcomes and the entire u.s. health care system are likely to be better as a result. thank you for inviting me to speak. i look forward to answering your questions. >> the chair thanks the gentleman. that concludes the summaries. before we go to questioning i would like to ask consent to submit for the record a letter from the 60 plus association. without objections ordered. i will now begin the questioning, recognize myself for five minutes for that purpose. mr. holtz-eakin, since passage of the president's health care plan, millions of americans and their families have received insurance cancellation notices. do you think medicare advantage maybe obama cares next victim? and if so, what might beneficiaries in pennsylvania expect over the coming years in terms of plan choices, costs, forgone benefit offerings an
CSPAN
Dec 2, 2013 2:00pm EST
platform for the continuous real-time policy input to drive intelligent priorities and refine the impact. coming in the wake of the iraq task force that was controversial in terms of its performance in the first gulf war actually was asking for a level of collaboration across the agencies unprecedented in the history of intelligence. i think a lot of the credit goes to the policy folks that work with us but that level of cooperation was achieved. the relationships of the policymakers remained strong and i watch this every day. even with a disagreement on important issues ike in 1995 and other issues that came up because people were ready to collaborate. the early investment in collaboration on the part of the policymakers of the clinton administration and the intelligence community paid off in the resolution of minor difficulties before they could become big problems. the btf as i look back on it now and is evident and no other documents are intended to make policymakers options and reduce the uncertainty they faced in making decisions. the btf, i'm proud to say, saw itself as an interva
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